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Classical music

Pianoduo Gutierrez - Mosquera

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In spite of the recent creation, Piano Duo Gutiérrez-Mosquera, comprised of Federico Mosquera
and Sara Gutiérrez, has already shown great artistic mastery. They have performed at major
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festivals, such as Chamber Music Festival in Den Haag (2013), Gergiev Festival 2013, Piano Duo
Festival in Amsterdam (2014), and at many of the most important halls of The Netherlands:
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Grote zaal and Jurriaanse zaal of De Doelen (Rotterdam), Sch&ouml;nbergzaal (Den Haag),
Bethani&euml;nklooster (Amsterdam), Waalse Kerk (Breda) and other halls in Rotterdam, Den Haag,
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Tilburg and Gouda.<br />
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&nbsp;The Duo was raised in the frame of the conservatory of Rotterdam, Codarts-University for the
Arts. They have received lessons and advices from such important musicians as Matti Raekallio,
Bart van de Roer, Jan Dobrzelewski, Jean Bernard Pommier, Stephane de May and piano duo
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Scholtes&amp;Janssens.<br />
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They have performed the Concerto for two pianos by F. Poulenc with Codarts Symphony Orchestra
under the baton of Hans Leenders in the Grote zaal of De Doelen &ndash; Rotterdam achieving a big
success.
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Their repertoire includes not only the two pianos repertoire but also four hands pieces. It is
focused on the less played works of the music literature for both ensembles and especially on the
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XXth century repertoire.<br />
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After their successful Spanish debut, they received very good critics:
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[&hellip;]the young pianists, Guti&eacute;rrez and Mosquera, are distinguished in a very particular way by a
deep sense of the works they perform and by a very special sensibility which applies to the choice
of a beautiful and intelligent program and to the last note of a wonderful recital.<br />
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The contrasts of the amazing piece by Schubert, written on the same year of his premature death
(1828), found in Sara and Federico reliable translators, through the use of a subtle dynamic
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regulation, moreover on the most delicate passages, where the composer moves us in the deepest&nbsp;way.
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Julio Andrade Malde (Sense and sensibility), La Opini&oacute;n de A Coru&ntilde;a

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